Over 300 delicious chocolate products to choose from, not to mention the fudge, candies, pralines and truffles - you'll be sure to find a special treat. Watch the chocolates being made from the viewing gallery and enjoy some free samples.
We visited The Fremantle Chocolate Factory on a Sunday and it was fairly quiet, which was good as we could browse in peace. There is so much variety it was hard to decide what to buy. Everything is so yummy there. We bought a box of individual handmade chocolates as a gift for a friend's birthday, little bit more 'designer' than the usual box of chocs- and with so many to choose from there was something to suit everyone's taste. My personal favourites are the Coffee Walnut Fudge at $5.95, and a Rocky Road choc log at $9.95, both of which are fantastic.
If you are buying the chocolates for a gift, you have of course, the gourmet boxed chocolates, or you can buy them a novelty chocolate- you can choose from animals to postcards, from champagne bottles to footballs. There are so many to choose from.
If you don't like chocolate, then who not try the lollies or the humbugs, both of which are great.
The Fremantle Chocolate factory is open 7 days, from 10am to 5pm. However, if you cannot get there, then there is an online store. If you are in Margaret River, then think about visiting their sister store, the Margaret River Fudge Factory.
They are a proud partner of Telethon, and a sponsor of the Perth Royal Show.
So go to the Fremantle Chocolate factory today. You will find something there for everyone, and probably more! You will want to go there again, and again and again.